WW Law campaign

W.W. Law campaign

The WW Law Campaign is in honor of one of the greatest social leaders in Savannah, Georgia, Westley Wallace Law (January 1, 1923 – July 29, 2002).

On July 29, 2012, the words of civil rights leader W.W. Law were seen on Chatham Area Transit buses with the phrase: “Because a good name is…” The full quote of his words could be seen on building facade banners located at three museums he founded including the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum and the Beach Institute completing the phrase with “…rather to be chosen than great riches.”

A postage processing stamp commemorates the over 40 years W.W. Law was a letter carrier for the USPS.

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